Does Washington SEPA Process Discover Truth?

State Environmental Policy Act (“SEPA”) Helps How? I have always had questions about how a SEPA can protect the environment by its results when the detailed scientific studies, data, and articles are not published first before public input permitted by the SEPA process. Others have questioned the SEPA process also; for example: Where “[P]rocess does […]

Focus again: Tacoma PSE Proposed Tideflats LNG Facility

We must remember the LNG projects is still proceeding Let’s remind ourselves that the Tacoma PSE proposed Tideflats (Port of Tacoma) LNG Facility is still proceeding; for example, see: “PSE DEIS Executive Summary.pdf.” online at http://cms.cityoftacoma.org/planning/pse/PSE%20DEIS%20Executive%20Summary.pdf (visited Jan. 26, 2016). “PSE Proposed Tideflats LNG Facility – City of Tacoma.” (n.d.) online at http://www.cityoftacoma.org/cms/One.aspx?pageId=67144. (visited Jan. […]

How EIA for SEPA or NEPA works

Let’s review, community public comments, the process The review process for methane-to-methanol, Port of Tacoma proposed industrial plant, as Tacoma solicits environmental comments for government review and just how this works? Let’s take a look at the environmental comments coordinator—Tacoma: NW Innovation Works: What Permits Will Be Required for a Plant at Tacoma, Washington?, (Accessed […]